Ada Evening News, March 29, 1905

Ada Evening News

March 29, 1905

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 29, 1905, Ada, Oklahoma 4 ) ii: Ni-:u. X KS HIK NKWS VI UKK I C S NKXVS VOLUME 2 ** *    *•* * * ♦ *.. UMBRELLA BARGAINS.. Dou bt Ions you didn't gut ail it nbivlhi lust .vt ar and your old oho is either lost or wornout It s<> let a- supply you no" aud, gq*t the bene tit of tho full season, lf will cost you no moreDEVOTED fO MAKING ADA A LARGER AND MORI PROGRESSIVE CITYADA, INDIAN TERRITORY. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAR. 29, 1905. HIK NKW .s' f'KLfVKIih.* ai PKH Y\ KKK number 8 Says an Infernal Machine ot His Manufacture Caused the Sinking of the Maine. Nobles Greatly Alarmed by the Peasant Movement Which is Threatening Their Property. 4k- WAS MISTAKEN FOR A SPANISH SHIP ROVING BANDS CONTINUE TO PILLAGE Paragon brame, Steel Nod of fast blae > and water !>»• ini price handle*, groo proof, *>otd everywhere at ».h , our Same make a> above, "itll choice material, extra value Paragon Frame, i*otxi quality Gloria, as^orte I handles for Men or Ladies our balder The best aud urns sightly Lathe-’ and Gentlemen's I mhreliasever shown in \daut the price. Worth $-.00, our >neeia 50c 75c *1.00 * Better grades in cholee handles for M Ladies ar LIMO, Sh OO, >« ,V* and Oil *- HP VSI * XL*** Conv U trd of I’lnciut; laplu’tiiMi on ('n n it ril I* ut it I Nm York. Sink*-** u WH.I W eird St*t*itirnt -XI nu Who ria.-ed Mu-rhine Killed llimaelf W’lieii I n or \\ t% + I Uh, ,, v    . j    _ Ne" York. March 29. That ile’bat-, beslap At a inr t hroti^h an error was I destroyed bv a bomb of his inauufac i tine was the statement mad’* by Bess-i Ut Kus scan in the Tontis prison Bos ^ j scan was convicted Monday tit having i whih Cash on Delivery of Goods One Price to all    yr •he I rn Scattered Tenon* s,.,.,,, |'„,v. rlesH to Control the Situation In tit** Cau-easa* a State Itorderlntr on t Itll War • 'Isis I rtft* the >*•«*«**•» tty of Nome Measure of Copular Keprr*» ntwtlon. ‘s*. Petersburg. Atar. h lion of rh** nobility of iii-"t Mus.-rn at th.* meet ii: i. I ho ariot (-rn mem held Mon- o/v£PP/cf spar cusp ^ T- <*>    •>    •*;*    .*•    ■;*> EWorad®, Kans., Suffers Considerable Damage From Wind, Hail and Rain. CHURCH AND SCHOOL HOUSES WRECKED Kansas ( ity .%l*o \ Kited liy Severe storm-Minnesota Too n Almost Entirely Wiped Out; Cvery llusiness House in the Clare Either Oeaaoluhed or Had Iv Palliated —One fatality lieportesl. un© store mu un;; on Ma id street was unroofed and th.* moments awaked, in tin* northeast orner ut town Tour dwel l og houses were destroy*.I ami 18 or SD hums lemon shed. Storm hI Kansas I tty Kansas City. Mo., Mar* h 29.    \    thun der storm moompanied by a t etui th* Eldorado. Ran.. March 29.- A tornado passed * CK.neb rlos town vt,VA tho MKlthwett to tho non In ast, musing great danm, to properly ami slightly injuring several persons. Hit* most s or j -ous injury being im Mrs Ida Madison taught in The ruins of h**r home. The l*ath of the storm was about a quarter of a mile wide, ant1 mo.-■ of the damage occurred in ’he business portion. The from of the Commereial bool. a brit!, structure, was *orn out par* of tile north side of Tin Windsor hor* ■ and the northeast . .lrner of Stevenson's photograph gallery wen demo’ isiied plat** -la.-- was broken out < f tile two banks rind -*; Vera! st or-Building.- were unr»xM'“d awninu-signs and window class .-mashed I (tic residence portion houser ami barns were unroofed and small buildings demolished. Tho steeple of the Methodist clntr* h was torn away, the Riverside brie ** bool building is a eontplcte wreck. aud another school building is unroofed The standpipe for the t itv water supply was demolished, and the gas works and telephone com pan v are put out of commission. Owing to tel* phone connections being broken, it is impossible to hear from the northeast. I where it is thought th*- tornado did considerable damage. No damage xvas done souhwest of this town. Mlnnrsot , Town **ufT**r«. St. Paul. Minn.. March 29. A dispatch! rom Appleton. Minn saying that (rf the seven person- injured as a re Milt of th*- tornado whit h destroyed the village of L*w!-burg. one is 'fatally hurt. Eve! > business house in town was eith* j .1* inolish*»d or badly damaged and hum ot ii. house- in the village were unroofed. From Breckenridge on Me- Waterloo bran< I of the Great Northern, a relief trnl•» was despatched t*> L< xvisburg as soon as news of th- »orm sas m-,qVo,i. Most o! iii*- people , -eap* (i serious injury by get ting lido »Ii* ar e*dlais. Fr**d Moen. who was in hi- * Mar. was <ar~ ried 20 feel and though ©riot is iv injured. amu re* over. Th* preceded by hail. It is that much danu*t> v,a of town. The In r-rn A AlcCaull. an wind paris small poles, and * ; dents. one. p< was -ric»us VII ■" en cr t he west ami non h of Kansas City. overturning : antics, snapping off t. i,-*rai h b'owing signs int*) the streets using general alarm among resist* Jar is vt as report ***1 univ son was injured. Th** city hall J ’ek bv lightning bur mu s>*- u nu': get! O r. struck by I i«htiiiti£. fltvir **t Ala* Ka lug here. the I by lightning, I in th-- * ow* f I burueii iroiu th*- ! nib!:* Alo. March AVhi •'n t>f f'ark .dlege ■ ** Mialls i »fi the r, th* main colies. •• * Mock tower was \ large hole w.l-and ?h*> insulating PI ’la* el«*,qri* vs ir - *, •t un ii Oklahoma. Oklahoma Cit v f) \’ ti ,    a ' * . a vv .Pi!-', -j i;i : nu u    .,    i    ■ . gale aud he • **    I    iNl    .s    ,,    j Hair whit ' v. as    . . n,.j a!    11n ,,    i: Con* Ii* ut' ,'    ...    !!!(| * he- of Mn bdl in 'iv.* hour* I Isl ill it ♦• \,. tr VI    K    (ll. Mad is* ii Kau    Atua    -i    ♦„    \ wind -f<rii; ii*;a    !;,i school. * I * *» boils* and nun h farm i Thoi nit us. i ta. ta* r B load of hav. rn. w en .. •. r ■1 build a i ll* mad* W .is - I ! Allo a ' ' *' > ■ i , , , • , ! ^ent explosivi-s t*> the Clinal ti lim pier, this city. in May, 190.1 He mad*-the ft Mowing statement: For several years, while th* Cuban patriots \vere struggling against \V’*‘>-lei*, I watt bed the contest with deep interest and sympathy. I d<‘*-i<:< <1 to tv* lav , * av ii,' aud do what I eOllbl lo assist tin* it \ obit ion1 s. I stalled from st. Louis, where I bad been living daring the »arty nan ot Ik:*,. Before taking a (rain tor Hie south I got loge!bet the material tot i lie const rn aion of two exploding machine- .if iremendu**us jow«*i. -** ai I ailgcvl that ! he; could be wound tip ami left in a .-> leered place, with th** certainty that they would go off with Eelribie destruction within a f**vv hours New Orleans I r.*nt«*d ii iihjiu ami put the box*-- i.igether after which I went on to Ja«T-onVille. Tbeio : b» came acqualuKai with a pain of Cuban I-a le - who wore planning a tili busterinp * \p* dit:«m They ha*! en gaged the De-m>\« r, i .-mall >*«se) *o take them t<* Cuba aion; with a dumber of \ merit .in ami European adventurers woo were anxious i, sir Ik,* ■l ' *s*,Vv I’M* *' ‘UH 11 oitom S. V i*i a1 it • lie bad is of the party are nun now well knowi. and I wilt not mention their nam* s. although I hav* among my papers a Ms? «»t them all I sag geste*! to them that they us* nu ma- | ‘*MJ ut urging the ne• es-;i* to;' some meas;! i* of |*opu!ar rcpi es*‘»jtatlon taking a distinct lam! against ,l * mw i i t ta I ional gov e: ttmeip kiml enjoyed by th*- nation.* <>n Europe. titivHiuced th** of the of Westfir*! or th Spanish warships it, n na and in other of th** island. They i lh** den an*! win d w ith ; In* i libusi two marl ines with aion won t he* a d Elm* I Fletehet ■(•;»**» tv. II ih**rt wa- iio-. d fiotu iatallv hurt ii tcation to *«» as to direv't spanish ships, urging that I could t„ a, I acK sop \ i i |»> preparer- if f h«* first pr*u*‘! va planned to have el the i>-volution party nav v -< as to m>* lf That failed i 'i * ti* of t lie box* s umh-r th-* water 1 • tic! >d my machine's bd I mf* I ti;. ' it! the f**ll i>. >! ii ■ h* Maim* wa- a t Web raters v, re d- un tents were senti ground. Of taw I, Kau. in tho path n* realization *q :; upon the town i i i fir was th, <! xvi*ic a Pillow d I he* *|* i nor;* Ii/,at j t‘ i* g i apii ( rv ice. ii ish tornado wtm lot »< *1 ie Veil dom* outs id** r. Non hvv!*.-1-'t**r grain » Ie a rid lh- it* nearer miles of l'uii#r.‘tl vt.-xi, in XI itll-t«>r AA ashingion Mat h 2'.1 Th. profound regal i . h* ii^iied it> the Amel i **an government h-r me late Keno: Don Manuel ie Aspin found suitable -\ pressi<rn aft a religious - rvic* in his memory Ii-Id at St. Matthew’s . lunch Tuesday, which was att* tided bv th-president and Mrs Roosevelt members Of Hie Cabinet, the entire diplomatic <orps. the supreme court, dilators and meml»eis of i-ongna- and many uthet officials md pt -onal friends of 'lie deceased am baas ador. Uroy util in VIKKMiuri lover. St. Joseph. Mo , March 2" Five men ; sank to I heir deaths in lh** Missouri river in an attempt to cross from the I Kansas *<i*le to th* water works pumping station here, in the face of th** ! raging wind, with darkness fast com- ' ing on, the five set out in a little skiff ! front a point a bhut a mil** above tin* station. Hie skiff was capsized before it rounded the bend a half mile above the station. All on hoard, save on** were drowned when th.* boat went down. mines t the bar’ JMU’f- un lea HK seized j the Hest rev * \ crs, they to** t h.*m. 11 vv as my J xv itll the pan; of sinking th. . Ksuadcd >n< ; of ureal *r tis. ing other ma* successful. I om< member join rtf' Span is Mn* machines ail was decided to fj th* bu ii of < line, f*a I had nu «» they *x»uld h water. That w: rh.- ae\r 11**;-J rev e*l Old* a j* • : • * ver returned to Home time after ha*l ln'gun. Ut' to ’if? to do with *h*. bev*< alt.*! l'*<!    tclrt    mis,al;" . 1 '    I*,' liian WI,;, ha,I """ I'"'"*"-! nill,    .ask    „r ,|, ;    Sp*"-!'    *••.-•••!    attempt,-,! ' ras''" '*■" -Inn,-- ti,.- nj ala ;    '11    ms|,i|,s    ail,! ha,I ,lun'iqf*-' !'“'* 1*1' a. ap lh,. Mala,, , • a* told that ,h- a, n, imiim.liaml, af- ''T    'll-    - nor I,.- aa,I ma,I- ■’oninutt -d -iii«-id** '• lt,ws,'[,u said I," had ai|,-nipi«l to "!’ ""*  .....  Pre.lerl.-I;    lh. in \ashii a,a, I,,-,-aliso i„. did no* wish lo see lh,, aam, of a Kina in Antenna He ad,Inn thai In was nm an anal, Ins,    , nihilist, and thai hi "" "ffori  ......  "Xitlodlna Miss ians. *uk *'d < on- »tv.itiv* elene nt in th** • • union Mom of the nob!*s ans l-'ud«*d yrotirietors who have betome 1 * »irty alarmed bv* th* pt-asant mov**- * ui vs bi* h i- th ct >a ten itll property In l!‘c fountr> and they will undoubtedly '•> !•> rally to their support th** city pi* pei tv interests, all of which they blini ai** endangered by th** growing ri*le of lawlessness. The nobles urge j Hun iii* lime has come f*>i' co-opera •iou with th** government for mutual ' ■'■'■It-pioieciioti (Hiinting »»ut rtiat the , stiik**s in lh** cities, by sending thou- \ v»i 'L of workmen filled with revolu- : tmnarv i.i-as hack t«. their villages, 1 *-iii* s introducing political Ideas I among I he peasant.- only increase., | !{ ' ^nter :    .I.-man is for land. In I many district- the landlords are o; . -mi/ing guar*Is t*» protea their prop- I env .o i heir ow a «ip* us.*. The trcKvp.-wfiii ii the gov «*rntm*ut is able to send I ai* inaufli*der? fo*\ing lim i- ,,f jhasants commis-f«* pillage, burn and murder in th* '’Ie rrigov government and in 1am-• v‘! an and other government.' i,! In* south. Tin f. vv troops here •'•a1 tin re are p*.w .*rless. The who!* I*ea-ant p*ipukri..n i- affected more or '    1 palish priests, under in- ! struct ions I !'«*!!> ho Iv synod. ar-. ; 11 po ikk- !«> *iuiet th** peas j ants. but without making any appre-I cmhlf impression Wit It warm w* ath-! ei a crisis will tom**, especially if ii I is accoil!paniet! bv orders tm another i * x ten si ye i <d j j j A\ lnI, In the rn* antifire the imation in the • *i • * a. 'is ;- ,I mvv ii.g w<irs* a stat** bordering I'll t iv ii war exist.- in the Ll! ba ti tm ii: rn v. wilt iv the population has ixen arm .! foi a collision with the soldiers In ij, • Georgia, Mingle-Ha and Kntais -.-rritorie.s th* red flag «'f revolt has h«***!i raised. \ f Yalta Cl inu a after the pnnula-l,l(l vv rev kc,i > h< vodka shops, quarter:    rn.    warships wet*** 1 rom Kebastjipol ami marines I . - if in a hostile conn- „, , ,!    , u    .v°“ c»n get the worth of .your n.onev sto, 'f M ^'eeF "e,:lreofferinga nice. den,,, new •Stock OI Merchandise at the Lowest living prices <>u. Zo ,T T,10 Ml I1"' ‘r,°ods’ ailfl do »ot limit on, ai toj,wr.s ,.. Hny c. rta,n dRyor any certain amount of Von .- .r H.‘n,i rtT!ctlv °"“ price to old and young. ti it ii Til '9UI eli'W to our Store and rest assured would be given'''* ' ‘r,>iime courteous attention that you I®    -'•'"Uld    you    come    yourself.    Gail and see us and be conv,need that we do exactly as wenny we will - i t i-r.K hon guaranteed or your money refunded. Goods o* *.i\fred oromptly to any i>arf of the city. We Quote Below Some of Our Regular Prices; Clothing. its ac 4 c Best American Rh ELI )om**.stic, 4-1 Langtrv (' Canvas, 4-4 the Farmer AI Hance Domestic?1 c Bleached Lonsdale Domcs- f‘c    6    .c » otton Checks Anmskeag Apron Check I>**!hi Binghams 4C Cc SilKs. AA** have jfst received a new lot of Silk- for Shirt waist Suits. I alley si ripes in very desirable shades, per pattern $9.00 New styles in £*mx1 quality, in red. blue, green and brown. per pattern .......... cjo.oo < nangeable Taffetas in hair stripes and pin cheeks, per pattern    Si    1.75 .<*'» inch I aff eta. new designs • tithe latest colors, per Ratt‘‘r”    !    :.r»0 ***ree*Piece suits, made <jf AVorsted. Cheviots and Seige. Latest styles and colors. J he make aud finish unsurpassed. from Sr, to $ir,. Men a two-piece snits, made of Worsted and Cashmere, from $12.50. Kuits made to order, Fits guaranteed by maker. Correct styles in Men’s from 91.25 to When you need ii I in, iar call and se** our big line o* • I nett Peabody’s bn rid they are th** be-t. A *-MinpI«*te line of Youth'*-and Boys' Clothing in all new weaves and t***’*^!-$1.50 to We handle men s AU American and Harlan Shot s. AA** carry the only complete fine of Men s Neckwear in Alia Hats. $7.50 *n col the from £».0»i Yours to Serve. KOTSCH <a co * m*-n ii Ai'! I i< ,! •I • w ; i ,* •lid "I** ll- I Ti,* S**(*l . • I -av\ hi(. vv 11 h K *;ii; ha*} in uh reael t ion I polit I sent wet» t iv. Th** i* nevval **! in R*dan • .md t;*• • ions in Fin! m*; a a re both r* guided ••ant signs. • h** bomb out!ag* s open demonst rail i nsi t onscription v bad and > ignifi- PALL VV. ALLEN, Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Horses Hoarded by Day or Week. SatisU.-noH (T„ara„terd;    Hest    „f    Sorvic Alien Livery Barn South I\>wnsend Ave.    *>i i non*' blow Great th;, ii** machine to fbi* i, it <»: im », i, wa vv -. i, > ‘: !h<i qui nut d:, vv?I nill daylight, *o fe . ug. et rain .:*. ‘ hoi * lid ai ga- fe-I a I wa.* >n * if t elephone and Hi* storm < am*? I rom ••npiinese l.oau In I nmlnn. London, Mar. h 29 When the pros .ItllUS of the .Inpan* e war loan of $150.000,OOO wa.- issued here the neigh hood <*i th** issuing banks re rambled the scenes v, itn*'-oed on iii i nigh! ixiptilai th* at res. Lorn* lim-of peopl were sfmggiing for admi siou and special for*-* ■ of pollee eon t1 * * 11 ! i !,.• st pi‘arn - Mi eager investor., The interiors of the bani s were fille*! with shouting crowds struggling Ut ** natch prosp* ctus**k. lh** southwest, a**'oinpani**d by on** of tile Ii ii lea; rains ever known in th* history of the town, The path wan 11 oiu soul Ii we-* t to northeast and th* territory covered by the wind was about a half mile wide. Barns were demolished and buildings unroofed of Uh i* i 'n * ,(, Moscow, Mar Moscow, at a re elution * a Ulm hly to formulate a con defining ami limiting til** a! systems, The meetin fated the lorn,artou of a «*ivie tor the protection of citizens Hoi by municipalities or zemstvos I* which control of the pollee should also be transferred. •* I <*n-l ii in ion. •>    29j|The bai nie* t lug. adopted for a popular asseal i Rational : * govcrurnc * also adv* in i! i t ? * and con XV oui,I Uh v <•    11 ii, I... ■, ,,    ..... ,,    .    .    1    1,11 * **f xiorHl*-<». MMM I lay I OTI Hayti. Mar,-I, *<    \,I k""'  .........-    *>.v vourlrr fro,,: ' 1  .....  'l‘<*    northern --n:,s, of ,h"    "*    Santo    Domini!), an I I’ " Dari,a Mill, IT' 2*»'nle«n -xii,* baa I, .-.I at ■'lout,- < natl on lh, northern ,-oas. of ne,a,    Pro-,...... vin,-ains iiim with ",I,Ifs .vin, for,nan Ona,I-,os    ll , Hi,lo, thai rh- din,rh i of Mom,. ti i rra,l\ ,„.cin .    " riior I,I- Ftnmier Pr.-si “IPI '« only ,vanrn,- 1 I T-TU ll I f * I I .1 ! f> , | ,) ;, j. s    ^ I’l-i'-itl**nix V|a x VI,.,.,. I aiedo, r- x,. Ai im‘1j 2s. Effort ar*, '» >n r mad.* bv lo** 11 pnrtles \v< !l knou t* tm Washington ami th* Oily of M xi,-o 1,1 hri°S al)°lU a im ('ting  ...... • ‘resident Roosevelt ami President Diaz when th-* former conics lo the I •ai hvv*-t early ill April JAPANESE AGAIN MOVING. KiHttlan Upht Hu,»r.I <|>» ii,.,|    |0    |-A|| Iii** k  ........    More*    to    th*. X Mine of «ft I .7 In.non Sn «• rill red. Gunshu Pas- Man* burin, March 28___ I Ic* .lapam-st* *r,* rauving forward and the Russian rear gnu rd has fallen back from its position about 12 miles north of Kipinghai I Ti mib*s north of Ti** pas-* f,* Chaouniinod/i which is situated IP mil. - lielovv (iunsliu pass Practically .ompkne re|K>rts show tliat flu* Russian array sacrificed gen * i.»I « oniniissuriai stores to the amount of $l.2iiP9MH> ami stores for an aniiy corp- amounting TO $5O0.PPO h**ld at Mukden most .‘I n being s**t on fire. th** Immits ami uniforms among th© stores of which Hie whole army was in m***‘i arrtving from Europe four dav-hetor© the Russian retirement from Mukden Gen Kuropatkin ordered the removal *u the stores, hut his order xxii- not ‘xecuted .An investigation xxii! he made to establish the responsi-bilit \ The Touch That Tells is the Touch That Sells Our Shoes for Women. The designer's touch and the shoe maker n touch, touch your feet and pocketbook lighter. They are especially strong in modern style* and travel iii the    society VI HnrrH ate has tho f»nn< Mftshurt • I XV ut ill,.,. 11 ,* ti V S,ty -.* mrg. Pa... March 29,-~Thc sen : issed th** hill providing for xatlon QI Allegheny City to The (Centner Hamburg with Emperor William on board has anchored at t lisbon. Clipt. ^« irt Uhs Typhoid Washington. March 29 The l>oI-phln. with Ferret:!rv Morton’s party, bas arrived at Havana from Guanta n:,n"’ ( ;,|u Gibbons, commanding the x,> '■•• in report in; his arrival at the r"h:ni <*apit:ii Informed the ilcpart- ,h:l' F;q»i AA Iii;,rn A Kwiff who ls ' "nip.aii.. jug the secretary is ll! with typhoid p.ver aud has been plat ed in I ho qiir-il at * Itvana. Rnn.| |>r,um ll*«,»dq„HrV*.rs  ........... AA i!shu,. ton March 29. Postmaster G'dicral (’or ie I you has notified Scan. ^on'- rti.n he had decided rn ap->;i<»xr th,. ,,rd.r establishing rural •' “ * 'very m*a,lquart**rs af Omaha J <!    •    to    that point th** district "M<|i|uart'*!s rnivv at Kansas City Smiley lV«u|, „ I'nrdoii. iopeka Kau.. March 29.- E. J. .Sml-!ey. convicted at violating the Kansas aim-.his, jaw by acting as secretary OI Hie Kansas drain Dealers asnoda- w' ?IUSpersonul application to Gov. I loch tor a pardon. • ••# Kv,-r.vHiintf .rood to .-at alwn.ys o,, |,„„d at the yioH,*l linker.*-. I*,read. Ukw. Ci,.w. 1 JI lulu--.. I-.,)..    him    p„T>o»iti»    tho    iHistoftifo.’ J-A- ISIMINGER, Prop. phone: 124.    • The Ms Nim Bank.} 10‘V HUPE. Prcsidi” *.    J    NU.    L    RARRovr.r»    ......... TOM HOPE. Presider f BANK JONES, Cash.* < 'upitai Stock, -Irndividcd Profit*. Blanks Furnished and Remittances Made merit on Town Lots. JNJ. L BARRINGER. Vice    .. ORVILLE SNEAD. Asst Cash er .....»,«*CM >. t H I ......2OtS00.0(> to the Govern- ADA, CHICKASAW NATION, IND. TER. ;